This Gascon white steps away from the typical style of the region by being drier and less acidic but preserves the fresh fruit character by not undergoing a malolactic fermentation which is the usual method for achieving this type of balance. So although it is a pleasant aperitif, it is also more suitable with food than the traditional style.
The oceanic climate has profound influence on concentration of citrus flavors thanks to warm temperatures during the day and particularly cool night temperatures during august. 2009 was a particularly good example of this phenomenon.
Sustainable farming techniques enabling 25% decrease from average pesticide use.
A luminous yellow ––with green reflections. The nose is intense with grapefruit and floral (jasmine and broom) aromas. The mouth is bright yet round with grapefruit and lemon flavors.